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Bermuda Triangle Incident/Skinwalker Ranch Replay

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Bermuda Triangle Incident/Skinwalker Ranch Replay

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Date: Wednesday - January 30, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Dr. Roger Leir, David Anderson

George was live in the first hour with Dr. Roger Leir, and David Anderson, a former Navy pilot who spoke about his anomalous experiences in the Bermuda Triangle some 50 years ago. While flying a military plane from Puerto Rico to Florida, he found himself in an older model aircraft with a crew he didn't know, including a man whose expression appeared frozen. He observed a discolored atmosphere, but the skies returned to blue when the episode ended after about 15 minutes.

Anderson suspected he'd crossed over into a parallel dimension. Yet the situation appeared to be under "intelligent control," and he heard a bizarre laugh when he expressed confusion. Leir suggested Anderson might have passed through an electromagnetic anomaly, and noted this incident was similar to other Bermuda Triangle cases.

The last three hours were a rebroadcast from 1/10/06 with George Knapp and Colm Kelleher talking about their investigation of Skinwalker Ranch.

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Bumper music from Wednesday January 30, 2008

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    Dave Matthews Band
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